Lemniscata and Kepler intro (III)

Lemniscata and Kepler intro (III)

I have to write this one now, I’ll continue with new tectonics revised 2016 afterwards.

I have written two more posts directly related to lemniscata, for which I put here the link to the previous post

If you read my posts from long ago might be you have understood already, if you have not, you should read about this issues a little. Anyway…

I told you there is an overdriven magnetic distortion all over the (unknown-forgot) planet.

This distortion I have been calculating and monitoring with home methods available to anyone, for more than a year, is making (electro-)magnetic year (NOTICE->**around the sun<-**) and day (around itself) for the Earth’s core have a different duration from the normal year and day to everyone.

Year (the distorted) has now a duration of 108 normal days (24 hours per day), and distorted day is 15 hours long (this is something I cannot determine so well, but I say so because of stars positions at night, but here in Asturias clouds are very frequently preventing night sky seeing, so consider 24 hour days, although I think there is also a different value for the hours the Earth takes to revolve on itself one lap, being much less than 24 hours, in fact the difference is only nine hours per day, or six hours considering 15 x 2). Sounds really weird and it is hard to believe, but it is so, you only have to watch nature carefully: climate, temperatures, blooming of plants, rains, and so on… and you will see it is true.

So, in this image below you will see some marks I put on the Lemniscata curve with pink, light blue, and black ballpens, each of these marks has a number in square brackets, it is a counter: starting from October the 30th 2015 as the zero starting point, and going along the curve the way the big curved arrows indicate (which you can see with the months names in Italian, because I got the image while writing on ‘meridiana’ in Italian from romascuola webpage) you only have to add, in 108 steps, the count for each distorted year. There is also a line I drew with a pencil joining the dates October the 30th (past year) with february the 15th (would be New distorted Year’s Eve 🙂 ), this would be one year in distorted terms. By adding in 108 days steps you get to those marks I put in the image below (you can start counting from any other date, because the problem here is to tell the zero shift for true and average mid-day, which normally occurs four times in a 356,25 (24 hours) days year, so there are four candidate dates for zero shift, but as those dates are already moved, the only way to determine is by direct with the eyes observation, given the fact that, satellites and other sensors and devices are also affected by magnetic boosting and are not giving reliable values or measurements, in many cases auto-updating themselves in automated processes).

Each time I got to a date where adding 108 more days would overlap marks, I changed the color, so you will get (starting where I did) to January the 6th|7th (because of lapse day every four years, the usual 365,25 kind of year).

The number in square brackets is the number of distorted years in the count.

By repeating this process ten times, the distorted year has a difference with the zero starting date of five days, the sequence for colours is pink, light-blue, and black. To complete ten distorted years takes three normal years, but I didn’t add the lapse year day for 2016, it is an approach, in distorted years it is not necessary to add anything because they take place every 108 days (24 hours kind), if you want to calculate more accurately have on account the one more day every four normal years.

Lemniscata and distortion

Lemniscata and distortion

This image below is a hand-made chart for the values I checked at mid-day when it was not cloudy and the shadow cast from the Sun was neatly visible (there are some photographs I made in ‘Time Shift’ series. The marks ? and P are for Polaris (and this time it is Polaris) positions I observe at night. It changes along one night from one position to the other, now Polaris appears halfway between 1 and 2 in the row which has a zero and a three into a square. It changed at night between 21st and 22nd December 2015.

 true mid-day 2015 chart


true mid-day 2015 chart

And if there are no questions or comments this post is over.

Acerca de María Cristina Alonso Cuervo

I am a teacher of English who started to write this blog in May 2014. In the column on the right I included some useful links and widgets Italian is another section of my blog which I called 'Cornice Italiana'. There are various tags and categories you can pick from. I also paint, compose, and play music, I always liked science, nature, arts, language... and other subjects which you can come across while reading my posts. Best regards.
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